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President

Jacqueline Grant

Jacqueline Grant earned her Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Care and Education at Washington Adventist University in 2020 and has worked full time as a Family Child Care Educator since 2011. Jacqueline was raised in a Family Child Care environment and is deeply passionate about providing children and families with the rich learning experiences she had as a child in a warm nurturing home environment. She is committed to using all the resources available for providers, which is why she used the Child Care Career and Professional Development Fund from the Maryland State Department of Education to earn her degree and is currently a level 6 in the Maryland Child Care Credentialing program. Her Family Child Care Program is accredited by the National Association for Family child Care and is Level 5 in the Maryland EXCELS program. Jacqueline is a strong supporter for Family Child Care Educators in Maryland and has been involved with local, state and national Family Child Care Associations since 2013. She continues to make strides as an advocate for Early Childhood Educators and the families and children that we serve. She was awarded the Ruby Brunson Community Advocate Award in 2018 by the National Association for Family Child Care.

Vice President

Debbie Moore

Debbie Moore retired from her position as Senior Policy Analyst for Maryland Family Network in 2018 after working for them for 15 years. Her early childhood advocacy experience began in 1991 and includes numerous board positions with local, state and national family child care associations, multiple county and state boards, work groups and commissions, and staff positions as public policy director for the Maryland State Family Child Care Association and the National Association for Family Child Care. She has 14 years of experience as a regulated family child care provider in Maryland and 5 years as a practicing attorney, and she was an approved child care trainer in Maryland for two decades. Debbie has been married to her amazing husband since 1976, has raised 3 brilliant, talented and beautiful daughters and is now the doting grandmother of 2 grandsons and 2 granddaughters who bring untold joy to her life.

Second Vice President

Arrealia Gavins

Arrealia Gavins, Founder at Realia Early Care and Education LLC, provides educational consulting, professional development and technical assistance to educators, early learning programs, Early Head Start/Head Start grantees and educational institutes. Realia Early Care and Education, LLC’s professional development services focus on cultural and organizational change from the inside-out. As well as, technical assistance that focus on the vital behaviors of highly effective educators who defy the odds -- and innovation strategies to achieve, sustain and continually increase the developmental growth and academic achievement of children birth to third grade and their families.
Gavins is also Senior Manager, Early Learning, Practice at the Bainum Family Foundation. Here she supports the Foundation’s early learning, practice strategy. Providing a wide range of training and technical assistance on developmentally appropriate practices, infant and toddler career development, staff retention, school readiness, practice-based coaching, pedagogical leadership and overall programmatic quality supports.
Gavins joined the Foundation in 2016 with more than 26 years’ experience supporting child and family development programs, focusing on early childhood education, program administration, community systems development and organizational culture change. She previously served as Family Child Care Provider for the US Marine Corps – Child Youth Services and Regional Early Childhood Education Specialist for Region VII, Office of Head Start Technical Assistance Centers. Gavins is also a successful grant writer and professional development conference coordinator and is frequently invited to speak on family child care and enhancing early learning outcomes at local, state and national events.
Gavins holds a Master of Science in Education, Reading, and a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family
Development, both from Missouri State University.

Treasurer

Christina Moxley

Chris invested in her love for children in 1987 as an in-home child care provider. Following 10 years of loving and educating children, an opportunity to work in a related environment with an emphasis on finance and accounting presented itself. For the next 18 years, Chris worked in Marriottsville, MD, as a bookkeeper and then Business Office Manager for a private school and church. One of her greatest joys were the 18 years of
mentoring the students through coaching the ladies junior varsity and varsity volleyball teams and participating on the leadership teams for six student based mission trips to Mexico and Guatemala. For the past 10 years, Chris is employed at Greenwood Towing and Driveaway, in Baltimore City, as their Controller and HR Manager. She is active in reviewing towing legislation and participates in City Tow Board meetings.
Although accounting and finance are what spins Chris' wheels, loving children and seeing them succeed is what warms her heart.

Secretary

Erin Moxley Mallonee

Erin Moxley is the owner and operator of Mrs. Erin's Child Care. I love my chosen profession and believe that there is no greater feeling than knowing that you aided in the learning and growth of a child. What I enjoy most is seeing the expression of a child who has just discovered something new and wonderful for the first time. There is nothing better than when they are able to perform a new skill without assistance for the first time.
I have been caring for children for over 20 years; first caring for my own children, then neighbors children and other children in the community. I strive to improve the quality of the services I provide to my clients as a Professional Early Educator by staying up to date on the new Childcare laws and regulations, advocating for early childhood education, and learning new, exciting, and stimulating teaching methods and activities.

Board Member

Angela Lamberti

Angela Lamberti has been a home-based early childhood educator for over 25 years. She is an active member of her county and state FCC associations, holding several board positions throughout the years, most recently as VP of Education/Interim President of the Howard County Family Child Care Association. A tireless advocate for children, Angela is dedicated to shifting the world’s perception of home-based care and supporting her peers. She attends and volunteers at professional conferences and meetings, promoting the value of Family Child Care and the early childhood community.

Board Member

Wendell Campbell

Dr. Wendell Campbell serves as the Board Chairman for the Edward C. Mazique Parent
Child Center in Washington, DC. He has been involved in early education and Head
Start for 30 years, serving in various leadership positions.
The Mazique Parent Child Center serves Head Start families and provides services that
include early childhood education, early intervention/family counseling and parent
engagement. The focus of which is promoting responsive teaching practices and
promoting effective relationship/team building and communication/collaboration
strategies.
Professor Campbell works as a Consultant with Childcare Management Solutions, a
certified training organization, located in Fort Washington Maryland. He provides
training services for childcare professionals nationally. He is currently a professor in the
School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Washington Adventist University.
Professor Campbell was a National Head Start Fellow in 1997-1998 and a
UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Head Start Management Fellow in 2010.
He is a member of the National Black Child Development Institute Council of Elders and
a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.

Board Member

Ken Murphy

Ken is an integrated marketing and communications expert who has served on leadership
teams at non-profit, government and the private sector organizations. As a marketing and
communications strategist. His early childhood education experience includes serving as Chief
Communications Officer at the Council for Professional Recognition.
Ken helps nonprofit organizations and businesses:
 Engage and increase audiences
 Create strong relationships, coalitions and advocates
 Increase value by creating with clear messaging and a persuasive call to action
 Achieve growth and awareness
As a award-winning television and print journalist Ken has a unique understanding of how reach
targeted audiences such as leaders, influencers and editors.
Ken is also a former Congressional Press Secretary, National Press Foundation Paul Miller
Reporting Fellow and an Excellence in Government Fellow.

Board Member

Kim Grant

I have been a registered Family Child Care Provider for over 30 years and have served as Vice
President and President for the Family Child Care Association of Montgomery County, Inc on and
off over the last thirty years. I was appointed to the Early Childhood Coordinating Council in June of 2013 and served for 3 years. I received my BA in Early Childhood Care and Education from
Washington Adventist University in May of 2020 through the CCCPDF. As a NAFCC Accredited
provider, I have always been an advocate for children and families. As a Level 5 Maryland EXCELS
program and Level 6 Credentialed provider, I believe in the programs MSDE provides to us.

Counsel

Mark Rosenbberg

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